Relationships? Husband/Wife, Boyfriend/Girlfriend, Brother/Sister, co-worker/co-worker. FOCUS: Business. Random thoughts & feelings... I literally just read a tweet that stated it should only be all business or all pleasure....hmmm, interesting. I hate when people get the shit twisted. I've seen it in pretty much every field, FOCUS: Entertainment Industry. Maybe it's just me but why is it that, as a female, one can see an attractive male on the set, or at a networking event, and be able to just simply talk business, without having to discuss that he is appealing when his looks are not relevant to the conversation. Why is it that she wants to discuss business with him, but by the end of the night he ends up asking what she likes to do for fun, which trails off into more "personal" questions? SHE DOESN'T WANT TO GO THERE WITH YOU! Well, atleast I don't. But what if SHE is interested? When is it okay to cross that line & ask those personal questions? Truth of the matter is, we as entertainers are so busy, that the only way to link up with someone is by associating ourselves with the ones we work with. Celebrities date other celebrities all the time. As a result, you may sit there and disagree with all that I just stated. READ BETWEEN THE LINES. The female has to give you a leeway in order for you to take it there. If at no point does a female discuss her personal life, or inquire about yours, she is not interested. If I call you sir or Mr. Please stop calling me honey or baby, or beautiful, it's uncomfortable. Most importantly, if the meeting is designed to discuss a particular project/event, that is what the soul of the discussion should be about. I'm just speaking from my perspective, so if a man has gone through it too, then by any means, tell the aggressive female to "kick rocks." Okay, maybe not that, but something alongs those lines in a more adequate way. But then again, it could get more complicated as there are some persistent individuals. It can get difficult because you try to not to be mean, and one tries to say no in a polite way, and the other person just doesn't know how to take a hint. What happens then? Middle fingers go up!!! Avoid that last advice. Is not what I would do. It all boils down to doing what you need to do, firmly & professionally, so you remain in a positive space. No one has the right to make any woman or man feel uncomfortable. DEUCES!